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You’ll find details on the Ancestry.com additions and updates for last week at Genea-Musings
Discovering the collections that are available in the areas where your ancestor lived not only gives you inspiration on what to explore, but also potentially opens up more records. Collections that are not yet indexed, but are only browseable images, won’t appear when you do a search. Finding that collection is your first step to finding more records.
Source: How to Find the Collections for Your Area – Ancestry Blog
Ancestry has added and updated a number of naturalization records during June. You’ll find the complete list along with a search form at the U.S. Naturalization Records page. Here’s a brief look at the information that can be found in these records.
This database consists of naturalization records from U.S. District Courts. These record have been indexed so that the below fields are searchable.
- Birth Date
- Birth Place
- Immigration Year
Additional information that may be provided in the original records includes:
- Place of Residence
- Date of Departure
- Place of Departure
- Place of Arrival
- Spouse’s Name, Birth Date, and Residence
- Number of Children
- Each child’s Name, Birth Date, Birth Place, and Residence
Source: U.S. Naturalization Records – Ancestry.com